FACULTY OF LINGUISTICS, PHILOLOGY, AND PHONETICS

ALL COURSES

Lecture List for Trinity Term 2019

All lectures begin at 5 minutes past the hour and finish at 5 minutes to the next hour, except where stated.
Where weeks are not indicated, the lecture will run for all 8 weeks of term.

Access to lectures for non-members of the University

Non-members of the University who are not otherwise exempted[1] may not attend university lectures (unless they are detailed under ‘Special Lectures’ or announced as open to the general public), except by prior agreement of the department or faculty concerned. The department or faculty may charge a fee for attendance. The level of fee is a matter for departmental discretion. A lecturer may for personal reasons occasionally admit a person to his or her own lecture or lectures without a fee. The department or faculty may refuse the right of attendance to any person or category of person for whatever reason. They may at any time withdraw the right to attendance, and any lecturer may exclude a person from his or her lectures without reason given; in either case the department shall determine what proportion (if any) of any fee paid shall be refunded. Attendance at lectures given in any college building shall be subject to the right of the college concerned to refuse admission. The department should arrange to collect any fee before the lecture course commences. Please note that there is no central university process to pursue non-payment of fees in respect of lecture attendance.

[1] The following non-members are exempted, i.e, they may attend university lectures advertised in lecture lists: students whose names are entered on the Register of Diploma students, or the Register of Recognised Students, or the Register of Visiting Students; and, when space permits, non-members of the University who are university or college employees.

Key: TBA = To be arranged TBC = To be confirmed

 

Prelims

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
1. General Linguistics Paper 8
Introduction to Historical Linguistics Dr Robin Meyer M. 2 (wks 1-4) The Taylor Institution Main Hall
3. Grammatical Analysis Paper 10
Advanced Syntax Dr John Lowe T. 3 (wks 1-4) The Taylor Institution Main Hall

 

FHS

Papers E1 and E2 (also known as IV and V): Details of the following Linguistics lectures on the structure and history of modern and medieval European languages (e.g. French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, or Portuguese) may be found by consulting the MML Lecture List.

For other relevant courses in the Faculty of Oriental Studies please consult the Oriental Institute Lecture List.

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
B2 Syntax
Syntax Working Group Dr John Lowe W. 4 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square 1st Floor Lecture Room 2
E History/Structure Language
Aspects of the external history of Italian: from Dante to the 21st century Dr Alessandro Carlucci W. 2 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square 1st Floor Lecture Room 1
Early Italian Texts Professor Martin Maiden T. 9 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square Ground Floor Lecture Room 1
History & Variation of Portuguese Dr Víctor Acedo-Matellán Th. 9-10.30 (wk 1) 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
History & Variation of Portuguese Dr Víctor Acedo-Matellán F. 9-11 (wk 1) 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
History & Variation of Portuguese Dr Víctor Acedo-Matellán W. 9-10.30 (wk 1) 47 Wellington Square Basement Lecture Room 2
Italian V Dr Sandra Paoli T. 10 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square F6 (1st Floor)
F Special Subjects Modern Languages
1.Romanian Language Beginners (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 2 Clarendon Institute Room 206
2.Romanian Language Intermediate (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 3 Clarendon Institute Room 206
3.Romanian Language Advanced (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 4 Clarendon Institute Room 206
Romance Linguistics and Philosophy Dr Sandra Paoli T. 11 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square F6 (1st Floor)

 

Graduates

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
Lectures
1.Romanian Language Beginners (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 2 Clarendon Institute Room 206
2.Romanian Language Intermediate (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 3 Clarendon Institute Room 206
3.Romanian Language Advanced (All welcome) Dr Oana Uță and Professor Martin Maiden W. 4 Clarendon Institute Room 206
Experimental Phonetics (Group 2) Professor John Coleman W. 2-3.30 (wks 1-6) 47 Wellington Square Phonetics Lab
Psycholinguistics Professor Aditi Lahiri W. 10-12 (wk 1) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Other
Syntax Working Group Dr John Lowe W. 4 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square 1st Floor Lecture Room 2
Seminars
Comparative Philology Seminar: Work in Progress Professor Wolfgang de Melo, Dr Alessandro Vatri, Professor Andreas Willi T. 2-4 (wks 3,7) Worcester College enquire on arrival
Comparative Philology Seminar: Work in Progress Professor Wolfgang de Melo, Dr Alessandro Vatri, Professor Andreas Willi T. 2-4 (wks 2,4,5,6,8) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Discussing Romance Dr Sandra Paoli W. 12 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
General Linguistics Seminar Professor Aditi Lahiri, Dr Kerstin Hoge, Professor Wolfgang de Melo M. 5.15-6.45 The Taylor Institution Room 2

 

Comparative Philology

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
Lectures
Indo-European, Greek, and Latin: Morphology (continued) Professor Andreas Willi M. 12 (wks 1-4) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Indo-European, Greek, and Latin: Morphology (continued) Professor Andreas Willi Th. 12 (wks 1-4) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Seminars
Comparative Philology Seminar: Work in Progress Professor Wolfgang de Melo, Dr Alessandro Vatri, Professor Andreas Willi T. 2-4 (wks 2,4,5,6,8) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Comparative Philology Seminar: Work in Progress Professor Wolfgang de Melo, Dr Alessandro Vatri, Professor Andreas Willi T. 2-4 (wks 3,7) Worcester College enquire on arrival